GM Economic Development and Transitions | Wellington
|Position Type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
|Attachments:|| PD - GM Economic Development and Transitions.pdf (PDF, 348KB)
|Application Close Date:||30-Jan-2019|
- Senior Leadership opportunity
- Shape the future of New Zealand's Economic Development
- Provide leadership and strategic direction to a new and complex branch
About the position
This is a unique opportunity for a talented leader to provide strategic direction and leadership to a newly formed branch.
This is a new position leading the Economic Development and Transitions branch which is responsible for providing integrated policy advice to Government on economic development, industry and investment policy, supporting regional growth and small business, and how to support economic adjustment to issues such as the future of work and the transition to a low emissions economy. As General Manager EDT,you report directly to the Deputy Chief Executive - Labour Science and Enterprise (LSE), and are a member of the LSE senior leadership team.
You will work with a range of internal and external stakeholders; Ministers and Minister's offices, iwi and Māori stakeholders, industry and employee groups, other government departments and wider MBIE colleagues.
We are combining our key strengths with new talent to deliver outcomes in a complex and challenging environment and you will play a key part in this through the use of collaboration and relationship partnering.
Key skills/experience required
- Ability to quickly establish and build strong working relationships and to develop and maintain effective relationships with Ministers, senior public service officials, internal and external stakeholders
- Proven leadership skills including demonstrated ability to engage and motivate staff and an ability to build a strong high performing team in a complex organisation
- Experience leading the development and delivery of policy advice
- Relevant tertiary qualification and extensive and comparable experience
- Demonstrated ability to manoeuvre though complex political situations effectively and efficiently
- Ability to keep inquiring and learning under pressure or in situations with high ambiguity
- A strategic thinker who is able to make the connections between various aspects of the organisation and implications for their work programmes
Please download the position description for more details. If you would like more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, please submit your application online by clicking on the ‘Apply' button. This will allow you to register your details and upload your CV and covering letter.
For tracking and evaluation purposes, all applications must be submitted via our on-line process
Applications close 5pm Wednesday 30 January 2019.